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Comparison Photos

Comparison Photos

Thanks to painter and photographer extraordinaire Mr. Matthew Leahy, we now have some very nice comparison photos to show off. Without further ado: From Left: Dream-Forge Eisenkern (aftermarket head), Wargames Atlantic Raumjäger, GW Blackstone Traitor Guard, Wargames Atlantic Raumjäger, GW...

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New Review up at Bleeding Cool

New Review up at Bleeding Cool

Bleeding Cool just posted an article about our new relationship with North Star Military Figures for UK distribution and also included a review of the Skeleton Warriors and Raumjäger Infantry. You can read it here: Bleeding Cool Review

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Press Release: North Star Military Figures to Distribute

Press Release: North Star Military Figures to Distribute

Press Release: NORTH STAR MILITARY FIGURES ANNOUNCES EXCLUSIVE UK DISTRIBUTION AGREEMENT WITH WARGAMES ATLANTICApril 19, 2019 Nottingham, UK – April 19, 2019. North Star Military Figures has entered into an agreement with Wargames Atlantic LLC to exclusively distribute the manufacturer’s...

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Dark Age Irish Sprue Layout

Dark Age Irish Sprue Layout

Our first historical set are Dark Age Irish. We have been adjusting the frame contents in order to come up with what we hope is an interesting and versatile set of figures. We will be showing off more of this...

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DwarfCrypt Explores Necromancy in Ancient Greece

DwarfCrypt Explores Necromancy in Ancient Greece

Our friends at the prolific wargames blog, DwarfCrypt, have written an article (In both English and Polish) on Necromancy in Ancient Greece. They've painted the first of four skeletons. Look for more in April! As always you can find the...

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Artwork by Diego Gisbert Llorens

Artwork by Diego Gisbert Llorens

We wanted the Death Fields sci-fi range to have it's own look and Peter Dennis is not known for his sci-fi art! Although we did convince him to do fantasy so who knows? We turned instead to an incredibly talented...

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Skeletons on Dr. Mathias's Blog

Skeletons on Dr. Mathias's Blog

Matthew Leahy, aka Dr. Mathias, has a miniatures blog called: Dr. Mathias's Miniature Gaming Extravaganza  He wrote up his experience with the skeletons after painting them. Worth a look!

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Planning the Molds

Planning the Molds

When we set out to do a plastic set, we start with a wishlist of the types of figures and parts we want to be in the set. We narrow this down based on what will actually fit on the...

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Fun with 2-ups

Fun with 2-ups

You've probably heard of 3-ups. Those are the 3x scale sculptures that are done when molds need to be made using a pantograph machine. The larger size is made into a pattern that is reduced to get to 28mm sized...

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Bob Naismith Sculpts...Raumjäger!

Bob Naismith Sculpts...Raumjäger!

We've been lucky to work with some of the great talents in the miniature figures world including one of the original Games Workshop sculptors: Mr. Bob Naismith! Here's Bob today: And here's Bob back in the day: Along with Bob...

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